When renovation plans began in earnest in 2006, the Parkway Central Library building was only 35% accessible to the public. Today, 68% of the building is now usable with 41,000sf of new community space developed in the area that previously housed the library’s impressive book stacks.
Global hedge fund owner expands the business and enlists Structure Tone to complete the fit-out of its new Mayfair London HQ.
This central London’s largest data centre project comprised the complete redevelopment of an existing 90,000sf facility on an island site for a colocation company. In addition to extensive core and shell and structural modifications.
With its student population rapidly increasing, University College London (UCL) needed more space on its Bloomsbury campus. The solution – Re-organise 1-19 Torrington Place.
Structure Tone London managed the construction of the new headquarters offices of 30 Euston Square for The Royal College of General Practitioners’ (RCGP) in their first move in half a century.
From the Perelman building to the Core Project, we are proud of our ongoing relationship with the Philadelphia Museum of Art (PMA). In 2007 LF Driscoll began restoration and renovation work of the terracotta, stone facades and roof elements on the museum main building.
We are proud of our ongoing relationship with the Philadelphia Museum of Art (PMA). The Perelman building was one of LF Driscoll’s first large projects with the PMA, a relationship which has grown to include numerous upgrades to the main museum building and new construction alike.
From the Perelman building to the recent Core Project, we are proud of our ongoing relationship with the Philadelphia Museum of Art (PMA).
Youthscape is a British Charity that helps disadvantaged young people through hands-on therapy, counselling and programming.
Mission critical Structure Tone teams managed the construction of the first high-density data center built for under $5 million/MW with a PUE of 1.08.